Who Says AV Systems Can’t Blend with Décor?
Do you struggle with integrating audio and video equipment into your rooms? You want the entertainment, but you don’t want the equipment to be the focus. A long time ago, TVs and audio centers were encased in furniture to help them blend into a room. Those days are long gone, as most equipment – with a few exceptions – is black or silver plastic and metal.
However, today's electronics components do have an advantage. They're much more compact and easier to hide or disguise. You might be asking, what about giant flat-screen TVs? When turned off, they are large slabs of black on the wall. But because they're so thin – unlike the huge TVs of yesteryear – there are ways to make those blend in too. Keep reading for three ways to make your new entertainment center installation blend easily with your style and décor in your Goochland County, VA home.